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The baddest women in rap music, past and present.
Mary J. Blige,
This mix of infectious hip hop and R&B classics from the late-'80s, '90s and '00s will turn any dinner party into an impromptu dance-off, especially when you're surrounded by your best friends and a plenty of wine.
Early rap hits from the days when all a rapper needed was two turntables and a microphone.
Cutting up aggressive lyrics with his own drug-slinging lexicon, Terrence Thornton has carved out an enviable career first as part of fraternal rap duo Clipse, and today as solo artist and GOOD Music MVP. Enter his kingdom of hits here. All hail King Push.
These are the sounds of secret downtown ragers and backstage after-parties. They're the artists that inspire the who's who of New York's music and fashion underground, and the next big things in pop culture.
All right B-boys and B-girls, time to windmill over to the Planet Rock where these essential '80s electro hop breakdance jams can help keep your "airswipes" and "l-kicks" looking fresh.
This playlist features today's biggest R&B songs. Constantly updated, this playlist is the best destination for hot new R&B singles.
From '73 to '81, the Wigan Casino in Lancashire, England helped to define the northern soul sound. DJs, armed with ultra-rare soul singles that featured stomping, mid-'60s-style beats, would spin from 2 a.m. to the "three before 8" that ended the night.
The Five Stairsteps,
Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons,
Revisit the history of hip hop's most legendary record label, from the early mid-'80s classics through the dirty underground scenes of the '90s to their modern day superstars. No matter what the era, Def Jam supplies the hits.